DISC ONE set one: 01 [05:59] Bertha 02 [03:15] Me And My Uncle 03 [03:55] Mr. Charlie 04 [07:04] Loser 05 [03:11] Beat It On Down The Line 06 [07:32] Sugaree 07 [05:06] Jack Straw 08 [04:16] Next Time You See Me 09 [07:13] Tennessee Jed 10 [04:30] El Paso 11 [04:21] Big Railroad Blues 12 [00:23] radio ID 13 [05:41] Casey Jones TT [62:32]
DISC TWO set two-a: 01 [18:54] Good Lovin' * 02 [00:04] radio ID 03 [00:47] "nice theatre" 04 [07:39] Brokedown Palace 05 [06:32] Playing In The Band 06 [03:19] Run Rudolph Run 07 [05:24] Deal 08 [07:23] Sugar Magnolia 09 [07:12] Comes A Time TT [57:19]
* splice at 15:20
DISC THREE set 2-end: 01 [07:41] Truckin' > 02 [00:16] The Other One > 03 [03:19] Drums > 04 [13:11] The Other One > 05 [03:16] Sittin' On Top Of The World > * 06 [06:02] The Other One > * 07 [04:55] Not Fade Away > 08 [00:53] China Cat Sunflower Jam > 09 [06:19] Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad > 10 [03:31] Not Fade Away 11 [04:50] One More Saturday Night TT [54:18]
* patched with FM source.
Notes: Two different sets of discs with the same lineage were used to compile the present set of discs. One set of discs included an FM patch in SOTOTW>TOO to cover the cut but was riddled with small ticks throughout. A second set of discs, provided to me by Andy Lemieux, did not have the cut patched but was much cleaner. I cut the patched region from the "dirty" set and pasted it into the "clean" set. Both sets of discs had a cut in Good Lovin' and that cut remains on the present set of discs until an FM copy surfaces that can be used to patch it. Interestingly, the set that Andy sent me had about 10 seconds of redundant material during TOO that was subsequently removed. The other set came to me labeled as a complete FM, which turned out to be incorrect. Upon compairing the two sets of discs they seem to be from the same 1st-gen MSR source. Jim Wise has stated that he applied a patch to a 1st-gen MSR source at one point using Eddie Claridge's FM recording, but I have no idea if the patch that appears here is the work of Mr. Wise. Whoever did it, it's very well done. One final note: Andy Lemieux asserts that the copy he sent is the one that is currectly listed at db.etree.org, but other folks have told me that the "etree" version is riddled with ticks. Since I have never had the "etree" version to compare to, I cannot confirm or deny if either of the sets of discs are the "etree" version. And for what it's worth, Andy also says that the lineage listed on etree is incorrect. It should be MSR>C>DAT>CD. Confused yet? Carry on...
December 20, 2020 Subject:
I agree, Why all the extra indexes?
I agree with a previous reviewer. WHY all the extra indexes? Not only is it a Pain to tag all these extra tracks, when you listen to the flacs through a car stereo as I do that does NOT incorporate 'gapless flac playbeck' you end up with little hiccups between the tracks. Plus, I really wonder WHY a four second radio ID had to be indexed seperately ?
But I thank you for your efforts in bringing forth another Good Ole Grateful Dead show!
July 20, 2019 Subject:
A brilliant mark on '71!
April 21, 2014 Subject:
These shows are laid back, but are emotionally charged.
Big Railroad, Comes A Time and The Other One are quite enjoyable.
I do not prefer any other BRB to this one.
November 5, 2012 Subject:
Sean, can you please tell me what the purpose of track 24 is? 16 seconds at the beginning of TOO. So we get Truckin', interruption, 16 seconds of music, interruption, 3 minutes of drums, interruption, then TOO. Couldn't you have put tracks 24, 25 and 26 together and called them The Other One?
Can anyone explain this to me?
Then you do it again, "China Cat Sunflower Jam", 53 seconds. You've taken a beautiful set they performed and inserted NINE, count 'em, 9 interruptions! Yeesh!
July 30, 2011 Subject:
Dead in St Louis Mo.USA
at this show like most of the other ones twos and threes.Terrific always.Its a theater the sound was sweet !